Delete Bear, Todoist, Ulysses and any other "free” subscription-based apps that you have to pay monthly for. Agenda effectively ties organization, scheduling, and note-taking/short-form writing apps together for an awesome multi-platform (macOS/iOS) experience. I first downloaded it two months ago and have used it every day since for work and life (wish I had this back while I was still in law school). One of the best aspects of Agenda is the full-featured version (which is totally optional) is unlocked for a reasonable one-time fee. But even compared to other *more expensive* highly-acclaimed, one-time purchase apps (e.g., Things 3, Fantastical 2), I still prefer Agenda for practically everything. The Agenda interface seems more effective for my simple tasks, and more intuitive for more difficult ones. One notable example of this is the “Share” menu, which includes default options like “Send by Email”; ”Send with Messages”; ”AirDrop”; “Add to Notes”; and “Create Reminder,” as well as more personalized (yet automatically configured) options allowing sharing to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pocket, Evernote, MailMate, EagleFiler, and Simulator. Hovering over one of these sharing options presents an additional menu that allows you to choose the format, including standard formats, i.e., Notes, PDF, Markdown, as well as Agenda specific options, i.e., Agenda File, Agenda Link. Given the time it takes, I have written very few App Store reviews—and will only do so for apps that I am extremely impressed with, or extremely disappointed with. For an app like Agenda that has enhanced my life to the degree it has, however, writing a positive review to spread the word is the very least I would do.